Brian Heslop, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Communications
- Ph.D., University of Memphis
- M.A., Southern Utah University
- B.A., Weber State University
Currently Serving as
Coordinator of the Communication Program
Heslop, Brian. “Petitioning a Mormon God: Analogical Argument as a Means of Revelation in the Ordain Women Movement.” Conference Proceedings — National Communication Association/American Forensic Association (Alta Conference on Argumentation) – 2017.
Heslop, Brian, and Patrick Loebs, “Political Propheteering: The Role of Purity in the 2012 Presidential Nomination Address.” In Studies of Communication in the 2012 Presidential Campaign, ed. Robert Denton. Landham, MD: Lexington Books, 2014.
Heslop, Brian and Antonio de Velasco, “Faith-Based Social Change and Social Media.” In Encyclopedia of Social Media and Politics, ed. Kerric Harvey. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications, 2014.
“Divergence in American Worship in the Westboro Baptist Church Controversy.” Paper presented at the annual Southern States Communication Convention, Montgomery, 2019.
Awards and Honors
- Graduate Assistant Meritorious Teaching Award: University of Memphis, 2015.
- John Angus Campbell Award for Excellence in Teaching: Ph.D. Level, University of Memphis, 2014.
Southern States Communication Association
Special Projects or Service
General Education Committee